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The New Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen) Review

Display

Without question, the display is one of the most important aspects of a smartphone. Unlike desktops and laptops, smartphones are primarily interacted with through their displays. Unfortunately, it’s hard to evaluate a display by eye as human vision is strongly dependent upon context. In order to control for this aspect, we turn to SpectraCal’s CalMAN 5 with a custom workflow in order to test smartphone displays. At any rate, let’s get into the data.

Display - Max Brightness

In the basics, the new Moto X is a bit on the low side. While AMOLED has traditionally struggled with luminance in situations such as the web browser and light-themed applications, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 and S5 LTE-A Broadband have shown that it’s possible to achieve levels of brightness approaching some of the brightest RGB-stripe LCDs. As the brightness of the Lumia 930 is about equal to the new Moto X, I suspect we're looking at the Galaxy S4/Note 3 generation of panels. This seems to be backed up by pictures of the subpixel layout seen below as the green subpixels seem to be noticeably larger when compared to the Galaxy S5's panel.

Contrast is still incredible, but I can still see the purple smearing effect that comes from unlit to lit pixels. I’m still unable to get a clear answer on why this is, but it’s likely that capacitance somewhere in the system is causing this issue in the form of RC delay. Whether this is a fixable issue is something I’m not aware of yet. The clear solution would be to set black to the lowest possible brightness a lit pixel can be, but this would make for worse contrast.

Display - White Point

Display - Grayscale Accuracy

In grayscale, the new Moto X isn’t the best. We see that the display is just a bit too red, and that most of the luminance is coming from red and green. This makes sense from a power and display lifetime perspective though, as blue tends to have the least efficient emitter material in an AMOLED display. However, this translates to poor grayscale performance. The green tint tends to show itself in certain shades of grayscale as well.

Display - Saturation Accuracy

In our saturation sweep, the new Moto X continues to be rather poor in its performance. While on Samsung phones it’s normal to see colors like this on the default display mode, there’s usually a mode that correctly constrains the display to sRGB which is the industry standard for displaying colors. There’s no such mode on the new Moto X, so the display significantly overshoots sRGB. This doesn’t bode well for the ColorChecker, which provides the most thorough look at color accuracy.

Display - GMB Accuracy

As predicted, the new Moto X does poorly in the ColorChecker. There’s really not much that the Moto X can accurately display in sRGB as just by pushing the gamut too far, even if there wasn’t saturation compression for some colors, the large gamut will cause distortion of all colors within the gamut triangle.

Unfortunately, it’s not clear where this lack of attention to color accuracy comes from. In discussions with Andrei it's clearly possible to calibrate the AMOLED panel from the GS4 quite accurately, and there's no real technical limitation for AMOLED to lack good calibration. However, judging by the relatively low peak brightness there are other issues as this could affect Motorola's performance in battery life tests. This seems to suggest that Motorola is unable to access the latest generation of AMOLED panels from Samsung Display.

This would be a rather startling thought, as it means that no matter what Motorola does to improve their implementation of Samsung’s AMOLED displays, they will always be behind the curve. If it becomes clear that Samsung’s AMOLED is the best display from a user-facing standpoint, every other OEM will face significant barriers in competition as they would be unable to access the latest generation AMOLED panels. The real solution here is for other display manufacturers such as LG, JDI, and AUO Optronics to catch up.

At any rate, the display of the new Moto X seems to be relatively poor compared to what we see in the Galaxy S5 LTE-A (and likely the Note 4), along with the iPhone 5s, Nexus 5, and One (M7). While it’s impossible to ignore the power advantage of AMOLED when implementing functions like Moto Display, the relatively low peak brightness and poor color accuracy are concerning.

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Moto X 2014 Now Available In Red Leather, So Your Phone Can Match Your Christian Louboutin Pumps

By Michael Crider

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Motorola has really been pumping up the customization option for the newer model of the Moto X, and the exotic wood and leather backs are probably the most interesting part. Today the Moto Maker website in the US, UK, France, Germany, and Mexico has added an option for red Horween leather on the back panel, just in case you want to match up with the soles of your designer shoes.

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The upgrade is the same $25 charge (in the US) as the other leather and wood options, and engraving is still available. You can also add a 32GB or 64GB storage option for $50 or $100, respectively. Red leather is available on all unlocked models and carrier-discounted phones from AT&T and Verizon. It's a little hard to tell exactly what the color is from the various photos on the website - the red on the promo page (see thumbnail) looks a few shades brighter than the red on Moto Maker.

Keep in mind that this is real leather (from a real cow!), so that oh-so-nice finish is less durable than plastic. It will also absorb oils from your skin over time, giving it a worn look... which might actually be appealing to some users. There doesn't seem to be a red option for the leather bands on the Moto 360, but I wouldn't be surprised to see it at some point.

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Second-generation Motorola Moto X available in red leather

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Into leather? If you like the feel of the stuff, you might want to consider the new red leather second-generation Motorola Moto X now available from the Moto Maker store. The price of the leather back is the same $25 that Motorola charges for other leather and wood options on the site. Motorola is partnering with Horween for the material.

Let's go over those specs for the second-gen Moto X. The phone carries a 5.2-inch AMOLED display with resolution of 1080 x 1920. That works out to a pixeldensity of 423ppi. A quad-core 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 CPU is under the hood with the Adreno 330 GPU crunching graphics. 2GB of RAM is inside and the second-gen Moto X comes with 16/32GB of native storage. Keep in mind that the Moto X lacks a micro-SD slot. A 13MP camera is on back with a 2MP snapper on front for selfies and video chats. A 2300mAh battery keeps the lights on and Android 5.0 is on board.

The off-contract version of the Moto X with the red leather back is priced at $524.99 for the 16GB model, and $574.99 for the 32GB variant. If you sign a two-year contract with Verizon or AT&T, the 16GB model in red leather will cost you $124.99. The 32GB variant will run you $174.99.

Ah yes, thanks to the leather back there is nothing like that new smartphone smell.

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About Motorola Moto X 2nd Generation

  • Start up apps in an instant. The Moto X 2nd generation phone whizzes along at 2.5 GHz. The phone's Android 4.4.4 KitKat platform can upgrade to Marshmallow 6.0.

  • The 5.2-inch display in the 2nd generation Moto X gives you extra viewing space to swipe, pinch and zoom allowing you to see more clearly.

  • Onboard storage provides you with access to 16-32GB for all of your favs.

  • Compared to other smartphones, having a 13MP camera ensures that your precious memories appear clearer without having to settle with inferior-looking images.

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